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The Compact Color Biofinder a cutting-edge scientific tool created by a team of researchers from the University of Hawaii at Manoa may completely a

Big News Network.com Jun 26 2022 - 16:08

This fiber feeds the “good” microbes in your gut.

MSN Jun 26 2022 - 09:40

The researchers found that the microorganisms can survive by eating and breathing simple inorganic compounds of a kind that have been detected on M

Interesting Engineering Jun 26 2022 - 08:06

Never-before-seen microbes living deep beneath the permafrost at one of the coldest and saltiest water springs on Earth could provide a blueprint f

Space.com Jun 25 2022 - 04:51

Within and upon every human being reside countless microorganisms -; the microbiota that help shape and direct the lives of their hosts.

News Medical Jun 24 2022 - 15:52

Soil microbes (in terms of functional gene content) are key drivers of ecosystem functions, but their functional characterization and their ecologi

Phys.org Jun 24 2022 - 08:00

Once again, life has been found in an environment that would be deeply inhospitable to most organisms living on this planet.

ScienceAlert on MSN.com Jun 24 2022 - 00:21

A research team has discovered a uniquely huge and unusual bacterium in the murky depths of a Caribbean mangrove swamp.

technologynetworks Jun 23 2022 - 11:00

A team of researchers from the University of Tokyo, the Korea Research Institute of Bioscience and Biotechnology and the Center for Emergent Matter

Phys.org Jun 23 2022 - 07:00

Our bodies contain huge numbers of microbes - inside and out. We even have face mites.

Labroots Jun 22 2022 - 20:01

Earlier this month, students from Traner Middle School and Silver Stage Middle School spent a week at the University learning about amphibians, bee

unr.edu Jun 22 2022 - 14:11

Introducing a little extra copper to wetlands might drastically reduce greenhouse gas emitted from microbes.

Labroots Jun 22 2022 - 12:00

Robust long-term ecosystem restoration relies not just on replanting native vegetation but on the recovery of underlying soil biodiversity—yet this

Phys.org Jun 22 2022 - 07:51

It's the first banking service of its kind in Southeast Asia. But, er, why might you want to store your faeces?

YAHOO!News Jun 21 2022 - 19:51

Computer scientists have developed a program to screen short DNA sequences, whether synthetic or natural, to determine their toxicity.

Science Daily Jun 21 2022 - 12:59

Microbes taken from surface sediment near Lost Hammer Spring, Canada, about 900 km south of the North Pole, could provide a blueprint for the kind

Science Daily Jun 21 2022 - 09:49

Only about 1 in 4 adults consume foods full of microbes that can help promote a healthy immune system, warn researchers who quantified the number o

WebMD Jun 21 2022 - 04:56

The new polymers are designed to quicken the formation of beneficial biofilms, and are expected to result in stronger plants, and higher cro

birmingham.ac.uk Jun 21 2022 - 02:10

Scientists at the University of Birmingham have invented a new method to encourage bacteria to form growth-promoting ecosystems that could be used

Phys.org Jun 21 2022 - 01:00

Specifically, either type of beer boosted the diversity in their gut microbes.

Omaha.com Jun 20 2022 - 19:58

Some growers may be lucky and already have naturally good soil; however, poor management can lead to significant degradation of soil quality.

YAHOO!News Jun 19 2022 - 02:01

The male-only study found those who drank one beer a day at dinnertime had a more diverse range of microbes in their digestive systems, compared to

The Independent Jun 19 2022 - 01:48

Collaborative research finds a lack of available metals may be responsible for more nitrous oxide than previously thought.

Science Daily Jun 17 2022 - 21:20

Adding egg yolk to feed could help poultry naturally prevent diseases like necrotic enteritis and optimize production performance.

WATTAgNet Jun 17 2022 - 10:23

Women with preterm births may be more likely to have gum disease compared to those with full-term births, according to research presented at EuroPe

Medical Xpress Jun 17 2022 - 08:31

This week, several biotechnology companies received brand-new investments or amended their filings to reflect more substantial fundraises.

The Business Journals Jun 17 2022 - 05:51

Both alcoholic and non-alcoholic lager beer drank in moderation can improve gut microbes in men, lessening the chances of developing disease

openaccessgovernment Jun 17 2022 - 04:23

Beer contains polyphenols and microorganisms that can impact the variety of microbes in the human gut.

Yahoo Style UK Jun 16 2022 - 16:09

Specifically, either type of beer boosted the diversity in their gut microbes.

Tulsa World Jun 16 2022 - 13:20

In a new study published in American Chemical Society, the benefits of drinking beer and non-alcoholic beer in moderation are considered.

GoodNewsNetwork Jun 16 2022 - 10:21

Water-borne microbes require copper for denitrification, a process that releases nitrogen.

technologynetworks Jun 16 2022 - 01:04

Amid rise in diarrhoea cases in the Valley, water samples from 150 localities will be tested.

kathmandupost Jun 15 2022 - 21:00

As a result, some scientists say it should not always be used.

Daily Express Jun 15 2022 - 08:50

In a pilot study, researchers report that compared to their pre-trial microbiome, men who drank either one alcoholic or non-alcoholic lager daily h

Science Daily Jun 15 2022 - 07:53

Numerous studies have shown health benefits from moderate alcohol intake (or maybe not), especially wine.

SciTech Daily Jun 15 2022 - 06:56

A new study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry has found that beer can have health benefits when consumed in moderation.

earth Jun 15 2022 - 05:06

Experiments in animals and observations in humans suggest that the amount of proline circulating in one’s plasma has a strong association with depr

The Scientist Jun 14 2022 - 17:49

Animal-free dairy’ startups have hit back at what they claim are attempts by the Non GMO Project and others to discredit the emerging technology by

Food Jun 14 2022 - 09:26

I also interned in the fall of 2021 at Los Alamos National Labs, where I contributed to an ongoing project studying how microbes affect carbon sequ

Washington Post Jun 14 2022 - 07:30

University of Toronto researchers are studying whether bentonite clay, a material used to wrap nuclear fuel containers, could support microbial lif

Mining Jun 14 2022 - 05:02

Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) affects around a quarter of the adult population in the world Beijing, China | Xinhua | A study by Chines

independent.co.ug Jun 13 2022 - 08:50

Chromatin is the ensemble of genomic DNA and a large number of proteins.

Sci-News Jun 13 2022 - 07:38

Scientists estimate that between 5 and 13 million metric tons of plastic pollution enter the oceans each year, ranging in size from large, floating

earth Jun 13 2022 - 06:41

ABP is a story of how a city came together and created a place for wilderness.

The Indian Express on MSN.com Jun 11 2022 - 16:44

I have a love affair with compost—no, seriously, I do.

Food52 on MSN.com Jun 11 2022 - 05:30

Speaking to Srijana Mitra Das at Times Evoke, he discusses why microbes are essential to life, their brilliance — and their beauty: What is the cor

Indiatimes Jun 11 2022 - 01:42

I’m interested in studying how microorganisms like bacteria and fungi are responding to climate change as well as how they could help us address th

India Times Jun 10 2022 - 20:20

June 9, 2022 — Researchers now reveal that nature's storage solution first evolved in ancient microbes living on Earth between one and two bil

Science Daily Jun 10 2022 - 16:59

Closely studying these magnetic foraminifera could lead to new insights about the evolution of magnetic life.

Popular Science Jun 10 2022 - 15:00

And it’s tethered — in ways both identifiable and mysterious — to microbes, whales, ice shelves and landfills.

High Country News Jun 10 2022 - 01:52